This month’s roundup of art events in KL is a promising one that is sure to challenge your perception of the self.
Dates: 6 February – 14 March 2020
In yet another journey of self-discovery, artist Diana Lui will be holding a solo exhibition in Wei-Ling Contemporary showcasing her collection of photographic archives – thousands of pictures of remnants of plants. Naturally, these images of nature reflect on her own discovery of her identity with the tree symbolising her body as well as her personal ties to it.
Education is a vital component for change in Malaysia, and artist Azizan Paiman wants you to know that. In his latest exhibition, “Aku Binatang Jalang” explores the effects of power abuse between the teacher-student relationship. His series of photographs showcase himself taking on the role of the educator in a class full of students.
Nature is beautiful with all its wonders of leaves, flowers, animals, the water and land, clouds and rain, the environment and weather. Translating these onto canvas is Fauzulyusri’s latest exhibition, using nature’s hues as his muse.
Go on a journey into an obsessive mind with “27 Year of Lazarian Delights” by Chong Yan Chuah. Think acid lakes, fiery planes, suicide ceremonies, and more – all condensed into mystical art pieces in The Back Room KL.
Have you always wanted to learn contemporary dancing? In this beginner’s class, there will be strength and flexibility training to teach you the essential basics of dance. It will be a combination of contemporary dance class with a blend of ballet dance movements.
What is Tikitiboo? It’s a platform to present new and fresh narratives of emerging local artists from a diverse demographic and cultural backgrounds. The word itself is derived from the native language during the British occupation of India meaning “everything is fine and alright”. Among the artists that are part of this exhibition include: Putra Nazri, Izzat Hamdan, Syazwan Rahim, Nana Safiana, Jane Stephanny, Ong Cai Bin, Fong Jia Lok, Bonnie Cheong, Poppy Hew and Elika Towhidkhah.